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Join us in person on Wednesday, May 31 at 7 PM as Corinne Demas launches her new novel The Road Towards Home.
In this witty, warm novel by award-winning author Corinne Demas, unexpected changes bring two retirees together on a voyage of self-discovery from past regrets to the true meaning of happily ever after.
Widower Noah Shilling considers Clarion Court to be less an independent living community and more a prison. But there may be hope for the place yet. The newest resident is bold, eccentric, rule-breaking Cassandra Joyce--whom, as it turns out, Noah met long ago in college.
As Noah and Cassandra get reacquainted, major changes at Clarion Court force them both to reevaluate their living situation. When Noah invites Cassandra to rough it with him at his Cape Cod cottage, the old friends must decide whether they should risk embarking on the next stage of their journey together.
But moving forward means coming to terms with the past and relying on each other to do so, which is something the stubbornly independent pair may not be ready for. They've come this far on their own, and unless they can reconcile a lifetime of emotional baggage, the road they started down together may lead instead to parted ways.
Corinne Demas is the award-winning author of thirty-eight books, including five novels (The Writing Circle), two short story collections, a memoir (Eleven
Stories High, Growing Up in Stuyvesant Town, 1948--1968), a poetry chapbook, a play, and numerous books for children (The Littlest Matryoshka, Saying
Goodbye to Lulu, Once There Was). She is a Professor Emerita of English at Mount Holyoke College and a Fiction Editor of The Massachusetts Review.
Website: www.corinnedemas.com Twitter: @corinnedemas
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